The Energy Regulator, Ofgem, is the administrator of the FITs scheme
The scheme administrator is responsible for overseeing the whole scheme and maintaining the register of eligible systems and the tariffs paid to them.
Because the tariffs are paid through all the electricity suppliers, it is necessary to maintain a central register so the details are not affected when people switch suppliers.
The adminstrators therefore also oversee the following processes:
The administrator will use the eligibility criteria to decide if a system can be registered for tariffs.
There is a set process for registering systems for the Feed-In Tariffs. Ofgem has an online process for handling the registration as described here.
Each FITs Licensee has its own procedures to handle payment of tariffs.
Ofgem has issued these guidelines on how all the administrative procedures will be managed.
The primary obligations are on the electricity suppliers and are effected through modifications to their licence conditions as shown here.
Ofgem publishes a quarterly newsletter on the progress of the Feed-In Tariffs
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